Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 12, 1961 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 12, 1961
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WISDNMDAY, APRIL 12, mi EVENING Macoupin Grand Will Probe ' ohW.^thtt *ttW 0fMn iMirittf Court ._..—. .. 11 to study bidding (or ro»d oil omrfcucu in ttw several thtt tgorkht that hit plans to wyHie ropo oil bidding before tha, gfrand^Jury grew out of a stuW of efl bids sufbrnittetT during the past five years wHert contract!, on- low bids, went to the* same seven companies in identical townships year after year. <•'( During the" past three years, Vefclochlo laid, (1959, I960 and 1991) bids were Identical, the price remaining constant. Between 100,000 and one mil- Iton ga^ns of road oil were told to tht WwMiWpi In 1989 fof 13.2 cent* § fatten, said. The same occurred In loeo and 1981, he added, and in each ' instance flWrelfffr com- parties received eotltrilcti frwn the same township!, Ifi each township dttrinieaph of the three yean, VerUcehio said, a bid of 15.29 cents a gallon was , offered by another Wmpany which did not receive the contract. , >J Vertlccnto wrtd that In 1968, when 10 of the 2fl towhsWp*. rejected low bids of 14.9 cents a gallon, the price was greatly deflated ttirdugh the calling of two more bids., 16 of the ttnvnshlpd accepting the 14 9 cents offer, 10 asked for new Hmpital Nolrs JMHY Mr*, fed, . Mrs. Helen Vifli \ML .,..*. J v , [efwirte, Jersey* Mrs. Marvin Vartoe, Jfefwyville Mrs. Fred Marshall. Kane Rosemary Droejt, Meppen Mrs. Paul Vetter, Dow orefory Harding, Jerseyvilie Mrs. Rlohard Shut*, Fleldon Mrs. Henry Gelsler, Jerseyvilie Marsha Cravens, .Terseyvllle ALTON MEMORIAL Walter Wltthofft, Wood ftfvtt Mrs. Norma Johnson, 3014 Peasant Mrs. Margaret Kline, 286 Dooley Dr. John Taylor, 1811 Milton fW, ayl H William Pollard, Wood River Andy Hausman, 2828 Yeager Thomas Sawyer, 409 E. state Elsie Green, 008 Clawson Michael Hedger, 805 E. Dr. Annette Bflzzell, 2.132 Birch MlaS Olive Duban, Edwards- vllle Thomas Allred, 2438 Bloomer Carl Reynolds, Edwardsvllle Mrs. Marjorie Wlnkler, 2518 N. Rodgers Gregory Dana, Bunker Hill Mrs. Alma Forrler, Godfrey Walter Mills. S011 Bedford Dr. Mrs. Marjorie Taylor, 624 Sheppard Francis Hand, Brighton Edwin Cunningham, 544? Humbert Rd, Mrs. Vivian Mills, 2807 Rest- dencc Mrs. Prlscllla Lewis, 3601 Berkeley W, ft. TOWNSHIP MROfCAl, i Harry R. Lowe, 115 Park | Miss Betty M. Hodge, Cottage ! Hill!! I Mrs. Beulflh Stagner, 408 Broadway, East Alton John R. Neely, 566 Metzger Elvis Wilson, Cottage Hills DISMISSALS Mrs. Marion H. Logrbrlnck. 660 Lincoln, East Alton James F. Shewmake, 245 Church, East Alton Dena E. McVey, 318 S. 13th Mrs. Mable R. Curry, South Roxana Ricky W. Picket!, Cottage HII's Mrs. Virginia B. Bartholomew, Moro Mrs. Barbara L. Green, Bethal- Pinball Terttii Have Hotflte SPRmOFlELD, Til. (AP) Some . members of the Illinois Senate Judiciary Committee were mystified Tuesday by talk of pin- «ll mNcWtntirnil The to oufltwf itten fflMrttflN 'INI bllng devils. At the next hearing torero will exhibit (fit -. -~c • Mjt ' * ana Mrs. Oma Wieneke. East Alton to bids and received low tffih 0 fi Mrs ' Reba Beiermann, Eldred ; DISMISSALS Barbara Spires, Brighton . % , Margie Sinclair, Brighton the low to 9.6 cents a gallon. | Theresa Greiner,' Bethalto Vertlcchfo said he was not at! Karen Walker, 2003 Ridge Dr. liberty to divulge any other ma-j Mrs. Mildred Leidner, 124 E. Elm Frank Wasman, East Alton Mrs, GertrudejGlcn^Alton ferial or the identity of witnesses who may he called before the jury. James H. Scarborough, Granite City Frank .1. Skundrich, 533 Me- Hugh Vito W. Stassi, 31 S. Main ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Mrs. Llllle Ladendortf, 303 Dry Mrs. Marjorie Geisen, 1709 Oakwood Dorene Hise, 2317 Washington Carol McGlnnls, 549 2nd, Wood River CARS LEAVE ALTON HIGH PARKING LOT Lights of cars leaving Alton High the picture. East Annex was lighted by j parking lot after annual Careen Night the time exposure made in the rain j was over are shown in streaks across Tuesday night.—Staff Photo. i I Susan Black, 245 Madison i Maxlne Hull, 3871 Berkeley Harry Delehanty, 2434 Mills Mrs. Doris Marshall. 603 W. Main | Mrs. Charlotte Erb. 627 E. 5th I James Jackson, 1106 Milnor j Louis Spiess, 1258 W. 9th Arthur D. Wilson, Brighton Bertha J. Schlltt, 1220 Grafton House Committee Okays Surplus Plan SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) - NEW 19 WHIRLWIND "Wind-runnel"* Homing IXCUHVt "SAFETY SPIN START* 1VW ftew 19-inch Whirlwind gives you more for JTW» tooney than any other rotary mower. There are n* •stars* to buy! It is a complete yard machine with chute and grass catching bag included. Use this mower in spring, summer and fall. Compare this mower with any other and eee why it is truly a bar* in quality and performance. • AnfUesntp • Trims Cleee • Mews Oraet • C»W Weeds • Qukk • FtnsjeHIp Central* STOBBS' TIRE SALES 3525 E. COLLEGE AVE. DISMISSALS Mrs. Johanna Wallace, 736 den Carl Steiner, 1129 E. 7th Grafton Notes GRAFTON - Mr. and Mrs. Avery Glsy and son, Gall, and daughter, Averyl, spent the week-.™* 1 Illinois House Appropriations end at Bloomington, Ind., where'Committee hns approved state Gail was a guest at University of spending of $3 million to rtistri- Indiana. hute federal surplus foods in Illi- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fielner nois. left today for Little Rock. Ark., Th(? committee also endorsed] for a visit with their son and Tuesday a bill authorizing the Illi- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. noi s Public Aid Commission to set Deborah Parsons, 38 Holly Hall p au | Fielner. up child carp facilities for moth- Elizabeth Wallace, Rt. 1, Graf- Mrs George Weed and infant ers receiving aid to dependent Miss Olive Duban, Edwards- Daughter, have returned home'children, vine I fr om the St. Joseph's Hospital in ; The committee killed a bill to i Alton where the infant was born j increase the residency require- April 3. jment for poor relief recipients Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. ifrom one to two years. PRICES All Famous Bramls you love at Low Cut Discount Prices Virgil Dover. 526 Ridge ST. JOSEPH'S Mrs. Oma F E lum A mers, Hart- i?P d M ™' MFred , Armstrong were: !„.,„. _, rtlll , ford ! Mr - and Mrs - Kenneth Foster and; tc r of Grafton j daughter of Davenport, Iowa, Mr.j The Grafton Chapter, Order of tas J. Roberson and chil- Eastern Star, will meet Thursday ofBethalto and Mr. and I evening at the Masonic Temple. SAVE AT HURWITZ JEWELERS Yours for a Song! COLOR PLUS HELPS STRENGTHEN AND PROTECT YOUR NAILS WHILE YOU DRESS THEM IN DAZZLING COLOR I Color Plus, by Lanolin Pluses the new high fashion nail enamel and strengthener with an exclusive "moisture shield" that preserves the vital nail oils that help prevent breaking, splitting, cracking and chipping. Applied regularly, Color Plus helps strengthen and protect your nails while it beautifies them. Use long lasting, high luster Color Plus as you would ordinary oafl •name! and watch for improvement within 45 days. 00 TAX 17 HIGH-FASHION COLORS: Vibrant Reds, Corals, Plums. Pinks—Newest Golden Toast Tones, S Luminous Pearls. THRIFTY DRUG STORES FRIG1DAIRE for a "Holiday from Apron Strings" Kitchen at a budget price! FRIGIDAIRE IMPERIAL DROP-LEAF DOOR DOUBLE WALL OtW FRIGtOAIRC BUILT-IN COOKING TOP OR FOLD-BACK UNIT Two-oven eonvmienc«J Pull'NCtean Lower Om* Drop- Leaf Doo* tower •N the wey down for iest deejfiingl Meal companion* to Frlgidaire Wall Ovens. Cooking Top buildi-in to counter. Fold-Back Installs on counter. •• fold* back for 5 MODELS • DIFFERENT COLORS Opt* MM. w* Prl Niftf Till t P.M. SEE OUR LARGE DISPLAY OF • OVENS BURNERS • DISHWASHERS • DISPOSERS 6 COLORS FROM WHICH TO SELECT. Across Sti9et horn Germanic Savings Building •*, HLTOIl REFRIDERIlTIOn Opti MM, tnd Nitwi TIU t P.M. ca 8fivJ0f N I HOAOWAY MAI HO 1*7111 Mrs. Louise Stanley, 455 Sec- dren ond, Wood River Harold E. Molloy, Godfrey Mrs. Marie Caliban, Alton Alois Kirchner, 112 Virginia, East Alton Mrs. Marilyn Albers, Bethalto Mrs. Irene Wilson, 149 East Alton Ave., East Alton Mrs. Izetta Barton, Gladson St. Miss Margie Ann Erzen, Bethalto Oscar Osborn, Mather Nursing Home Mrs. Katherine Pellegrino, 451 Korreck, Wood River Felix Leon Gotsa, Northmoor Place, Godfrey DISMISSALS Mrs. Dorothy E. Barnes, Ed, wardsville (Mrs. Lula Mae Burnett, 1122 i Pearl (Patrick Calhoon, 837 Amherst, i East Alton (Mrs. Shirley Dabbs, 2626 Plam! view Terrace Mrs. Jzora L. Ebert, 905 Belle Mrs. Lou Forrest, 1046 Tremonl Mrs. Hilda Fowler, Godfrey Mrs. Marian M. Hartley, Rt. 4, Edwardsville Mrs. Janet E. Hawkins. 41S Whitelaw, East Alton Francis X. Hermann, 201 E. 8th John Hoefert Jr., 1805 State Mrs. Juanita M. Lowrance, Bethalto Mrs. Betty E. Mann. 3211 Duco Mrs. Norma Rea, 104 Eula, Wood River Mrs. Audrey N. Ridenhower, 3201 Franor Robert Rigney, 105 Charlene, East Alton Mrs. Upha Schmidt, Godfrey- Mrs. Mary J. Spears, Rt. 1, Godfrey Miss Allynne E. Terrel, 23 W. Beach, Wood River Mrs. Patricia Ann Tessereau, Jennings, Mo. Mrs. Irene M. Wylie, Roxana Mrs. Rosemary Wuellner, 1715 Liberty Thomas E. Sannes, Edwardsville Orville Northway, 910 Pleasant Robert Campbell, 3117 Delmav, St. Louis, Mo. James Butts, St. Louis, Mo. Mr$. Mayme L. Brown, West Alton, Mo. Claude Turner, Hartford. Graf ton PTA Hears Chaplain GRAFTON - Major W. J. Lewis chaplain at Scott Air Force j Base, spoke at the Parent-Teacher Association meeting Monday night at the Grafton school. A business ssssion was conducted by Bill DeSherlia, president. A skit was presented by Mrs. | Mary Forrester's 2nd grade pupils. Boy Scouts were guests of the PTA and received their advancement awards. Their opening ceremony was given by Gerald Cunningham, Terry Clay, Raymond Burton, David CJarkson, Dennis Zimmerman and Jackie Mote. Don Clay is scoutmaster, and Troop Committeeman introduced were Romie Womack, Tom Wright, Lavern Freeman, Clark Watson, Edward Fry and Claude! Zimmerman. The troop charter was presented to BUI DeSherlia, by Clark Watson. Tenderfoot Badges were award- Jed to David Clarkson, Robert Slut en and Jackie Mote; a first class! pin was awarded to Dennis Zim merman and 2nd class pins t o Gerald Cunningham, Milton Sutton, Terry Clay and Raymond i Burton. I A second highest award life pin was presented to Larry Burton. an explorer. The PTA voted to donate 136 to assi*t (our Scouts to attend Boy Scout Camp this summer. NEW SPRING LADIES' DRESSES JUST ARRIVED ALL NEW SLEEVELESS Slzei 12 to ». and UVi to 24V4 S3.98 and $5.98 STYLES Made of Beautiful Fin* Gingham Plaids (3.98 Aluminum LAWN CHAIRS 88 $12.98 Aluminum CHAISE LOUNGE Cone - DundM TERRY TOWELS for 400 49c COTTON PRINTS PLISSES 98c Bovs* 2 to 8 BOXER JEANS fl.BS CanvM GYM BAGS 4r-s $ 1 M | 67« • Wakes you to music—automatically! • Dependable G-E electric clock • Powerful G-E Dynapowef speaker • Printed Circuit chassis • 4 tubes plus rectifier; AC only Price incfvcfes 90 day warranry on parts o«d labor TURNS ITSELF ON AND OFF CLOCK RADIO • Wake* you to muue or buzzer • Lulls you to tleep — turns itsen off quietly • Cabinet fuUy molded back and front • Color choice. Gny * White. Rote Beige A White C4os f f $9095 29 $1.00 Ueeklj 90 day warranty on both parts and labor PAY NO MONE Y DOWN WHY PAY $2.98 or $5.98? Just Arrived! New Cotton Ladies'Skirls • Full Pleated Styles • Straight Styles • Prints • Border Prints • Solids • Stripes • Plaids • Sizes n to 38!! BIG SELECTIONS! Hurry In for These $1.49 Silicone IRON BOARD COVERS Men'*—Boys' SPORT SHIRTS Wash 'n Wear 00 lc SALE!! STEREO LP ALBUM RECORDS Famous Brands '2.98 .01 98o Spring INFANT BONNETS First Choice Second Choice (l Two Records $2.99 Less Usual 10% $1.98 Style LADIES' BLOUSES 74« This tntiniy niw G*n*r}l |l«etnc ladio piQviOtt «H <M clirity md (Ulllitj pouibli with FM it < moderatt cott. but with no Mcnfict m th« world Umous quality of General Eleclnc Home u( Bowled aial Notarized Guaranteed Diamond* LAO vilitferi believe sicklies* ik caused ty the departure oj one of the 32 souls inhabiting |l«eiiiieMllv Use J«w»u» iiVf It III W, TBirdSt, - Diwatiwi Altu OHM MONOAY ANP WOAY NlftHTS Till | |.|t $3.98 VALUE—LADIES', GIRLS' Canvas SHOES *1" ALL NEW COLORS—CUSHION ARCH IN&OUS —SLIP ON STYLES AT $1.47— $3.91 MEN'S CANVAS SHOES. . .$2*7 EVERYONE LOVCS THE PRICKS AT FASHION LANE SELF tERVieE-IUPEft OUCOUHT QUTU Wt»U»4*• ft Cttte^e Am—U»f«f AJm ALTON'S IUWI otueyJT UMTU

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